Friday, September 24, 2021

Tag: Jonathan Wilkinson

National Report on Climate Change Adaptation Released

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Communities across the country are experiencing the impacts of climate change, from extreme events such as wildfires, flooding, and heat waves to rising sea...

CIB Invests up to $30 million for Zero-Emission School Bus Initiative

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The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) and Association of School Transportation Services of British Columbia (ASTSBC) have finalized an agreement for the CIB to provide up...

Green Municipal Fund Investments for Central Ontario Communities

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New investments of $377,310 through the Federation of Canadian Municipality (FCM) Green Municipal Fund (GMF) will help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improve...

Federal Government Launches Sustainable Finance Action Council

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Investors and governments around the world are recognizing that key to a sustainable economic future are sustainable financial investments. Sustainable finance is about incorporating...

Prime Minister Takes Stronger Action on Climate Change

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During today’s Leaders Summit on Climate, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, announced that Canada will enhance emissions reduction target under the Paris Agreement – known...

Government of Canada Delivers on Commitment to Strengthen CEPA

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The Government of Canada is delivering on its commitment to modernize the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) and is recognizing Canadians’ right to...

Canada Supports Transition to National Circular Plastics Economy

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Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Jonathan Wilkinson, announced approximately $1.3M to support five projects that aim to reduce plastic waste, prevent plastic...

New Commitments to Secure the Future of the Biosphere Complex 

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The federal, provincial, and municipal governments are devoting $45 million over five years to ensure the continuity of the Biosphere complex, which fosters a dialogue...

Historic Supreme Court Ruling Reaffirms Canada’s Carbon Pricing System

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Today the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the federal government's carbon pricing regime is constitutional, allowing Ottawa to proceed with its plan to...

Carbon Pollution Revenues Funding Energy Efficiency for Ontario Classrooms

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The federal government is providing approximately $40.8 million through the Climate Action Incentive Fund to upgrade 162 schools in Ontario to be more energy...
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